Tag Archives: Practical Software Solutions

Sage Summit 2015 Early Bird extended to May 15

Jeeze Sage. Thanks a lot. Ugh! I just sent out an e-mail yesterday to ALL of our customers to say they’d better hurry over to the Sage Summit website to register for this year’s event, because the Early Bird registration rate — $500 of the regular registration rate —  was going… Read more »

Sage partners find support by partnering

One of the first Sage Summit sessions I ever attended was a session for first-time attendees in 2013. This session, designed for both customers and partners, helped rookie customers and partners navigate the conference. Just like the Sage Inspire Tour session I described last week, this was a informative session mainly… Read more »

The importance of being a Sage partner

There are many things that make my job easier. I’m sure that everyone out there can relate to having the right tools for the job. I remember a couple of years ago when I got an upgraded laptop and, not too long after that, a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. Armed with… Read more »

Sign up for Sage Summit in February (if you know how!)

Well, well, well …. look what I got in my inbox yesterday afternoon:   Oh yeah! It’s that time of year again to start thinking about that time of year again! Sage Summit 2015 in New Orleans may be almost six months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking… Read more »

The measure of a man (in terms of coffee)

Tim Lambert makes coffee every morning. OK, that’s not the boldest statement one can make about a person. But like with many things, there’s more to the story. Tim usually arrives at least a half hour before everyone else. As part of his morning routine, he makes a pot of… Read more »

The best firewall can’t stop these viruses from getting through

Playground vandalism

There I sat with my 94-year-old grandmother in front of her computer, trying to explain to her about computer viruses. Her computer was full of them, and I was trying to explain they were malicious attempts to do damage or cause chaos over the internet. “But why would someone do something… Read more »

More room for women to break the ‘concrete ceiling’ in construction

People in construction

In the course of a day, I don’t always have time to stop and read every blog post that rolls through my TweetDeck feed. There are ones where I find the headline really interesting and beneficial, so I’ll just RT the link so our followers will find valuable information. Last… Read more »

Sage Summit last-minute details

Have I told you lately how busy July is for us? We had an amazing time at Cultivate’14 last week in Columbus, Ohio. There was definitely more traffic than last year, which isn’t just a good sign for the exhibitors, but it’s a good indicator for the horticulture industry as… Read more »

What a ‘true’ ERP system for growers means

My name is Baroness Anastasia Genevieve Vanderbilt-Rockefeller, and I am the Supreme Ruler of the Known Universe. Ok, you got me. That’s not my real name. And despite my sometimes over-inflated ego, that’s not my title either — although when I tell people I’m the marketing director for a software… Read more »

Team Squeaky Wheel helps improve Sage Summit

It didn’t take long for us to get feedback from our customers about Sage Summit 2014 and the revamped website. Of course, you should probably take into account that I sent an e-mail the morning registration opened to two of our customers asking them to let me know what they… Read more »